The judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse case has officially banned MSNBC from his courtroom.
Well, apparently an NBC reporter was caught stalking the jurors in the case.
Jurors who feel “pressured” into ruling a certain way can negatively impact the outcome of the case.
Will an outcome decided by “pressured” jurors truly be a fair outcome?
Will rule of law have prevailed?
Watch the moment when the judge announced that no one from MSNBC will be allowed to cover the trial live:
#BREAKING Judge In Rittenhouse Case Announcing That MSNBC Will No Longer Be Allowed Inside The Courtroom After One Of Their Employees Allegedly Followed The Jury Bus
"The matter is under further investigation."
"This is a very serious matter." pic.twitter.com/PB3C9jZOUk
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) November 18, 2021
Breaking: Judge in Rittenhouse case says police pulled over a man claiming he was instructed to follow the jury bus and take photos of members. He ran a red light and was ticketed.
Judge adds MSNBC will not be allowed in the courthouse for the remainder of the trial. Developing
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) November 18, 2021
— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) November 18, 2021
NOW – Person allegedly from NBC/MSNBC was instructed to follow the jury bus in the #Rittenhouse trial. Judge orders to exclude the two news outlets from the trial pending further investigation. pic.twitter.com/OLFDI4yfog
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 18, 2021
It’s likely that the left and their allies in the mainstream media will use this scenario to bash the judge.
They will claim that he is biased and trying to protect Rittenhouse.
However, the media has no right to stalk jurors or attempt to contact them.
Yahoo News has more details on the judge’s decision:
The judge presiding over the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial on Thursday banned MSNBC from entering the courthouse after police in Kenosha, Wis., stopped and briefly detained a freelance producer who authorities suggested was following a bus transporting the 12-person jury deliberating the teen’s fate.
Judge Bruce Schroeder said that Kenosha police pulled over a person who identified himself as James J. Morrison on Wednesday night after he ran a red light about a block behind the jury bus. Schroeder said that Morrison told police he was a producer with NBC News and MSNBC and had been instructed by his supervisor, Irene Byon, to follow the bus.
“I’ve instructed that no one from MSNBC News will be permitted in this building for the duration of this trial,” Schroeder said. “This is a very serious matter and I don’t know what the ultimate truth of it is, but absolutely it would go without much thinking that someone who is following the jury bus, that’s an extremely serious matter and will be referred to the proper authorities.”
Kenosha police said in a tweet that “a person who is alleging to be affiliated with a national media outlet was briefly taken into custody and issued several traffic related citations.”
“Police suspect this person was trying to photograph jurors,” they said, adding: “There was no breach of security regarding the jury, nor were there any photographs obtained. This investigation remains active and open.”
Now, it’s been confirmed that an NBC journalist has been arrested.
This person was following the bus of jurors and trying to snap pictures of them.
If the identities or the jurors are made public, there’s a high likelihood that they will receive death threats if they don’t do what the left wants them to do.
Now the journalist is covering up her tracks.
She has allegedly deleted her social media accounts.
NBC producer Irene Min Joo Byon has deleted her social media accounts. A journalist suspected of trying to photograph the jurors said Byon was his producer at MSNBC. The network has been banned from the courthouse for the remainder of #Rittenhouse trial. https://t.co/nX8YoL0ggk
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) November 18, 2021
Judge: "A person who identified as James Jim Morrison and claimed that he was a producer with NBC News, MSNBC under the supervision of someone named Irene Byon" was pulled over for following the bus of Kyle Rittenhouse jurors last night.
Judge bans MSNBC from courthouse pic.twitter.com/PQ6RPCdDtz
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 18, 2021
Judge Schroeder is going to make a statement this morning about an arrest being made by Kenosha PD after a #KyleRitthenhouse juror/jurors were followed by someone who claimed to work for NBC or MSNBC. Those outlets apparently say the person does not work for them @LawCrimeNetwork
— Angenette Levy (@Angenette5) November 18, 2021
This isn’t the first major case being publicized.
The media should know better than to try to “doxx” the jurors.
Doxing can result in threats and real life bodily injury.
The Independent confirms the journlist was trying to photograph the jurors, but it appears no photographs were taken:
The judge presiding over the double homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse has barred MSNBC from the courtroom after police detained a man who claimed to work for the outlet was allegedly trying to photograph jurors.
Kenosha Police Department reported that the man was “briefly taken into custody” on 17 November but “there was no breach of security regarding the jury, nor were there any photographs obtained”.
It’s a good thing that the jurors have not been doxxed.
But the fact that a journalist from NBC could have potentially done so reveals the truly disgraced state of our mainstream media.